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We have 4 High Street locations in London: Hampstead NW3, Hendon NW4, Cricklewood NW2 and East Finchley N2. We have full time reception and administration staff who can take your calls. Call us and speak to a friendly 'real human being'. Or if you prefer tech, email us or book online.

020 8201 7788
Same Day Appointments
Mon-Thurs 8am-9pm
Fri 8am-3pm
Sun 9am-1pm

"My patients have been very well looked after by the professional team at BOOST PHYSIO."

Mr Mo Akmal

Consultant Orthopaedic and Spine Surgeon, London Spine Unit

"When referring patients to BOOST PHYSIO I know I can rely on professional evidence-based, high quality treatment from friendly therapists."

Mr Max Horwitz

Consultant Hand Surgeon, The Cromwell Hospital

"Very professional clinic. Would highly recommend BOOST PHYSIO."


42, Patient

"BOOST played a key role in my speedy recovery following an arthroscopy. Working in the Fitness Industry it was essential for me to be up and running (literally) as soon as possible… they are a great team."

Angie Wilde

Personal Trainer & Group Fitness Instructor

"BOOST Physio have been a fantastic resource for my patients, particularly those with complicated problems or those who are going through post-op rehab. They are highly skilled, and really help motivate patients to get back to being active. An all-round fab team!"

Dr Catherine Spencer-Smith

Consultant Physician in Sport and Exercise Medicine

"Fantastic physios. BOOST have always looked after me well."


32, Patient

"BOOST PHYSIO has provided a timely, efficient and highly professional service to many of my patients, which has helped them in their post-op recovery back to full function."

Prof Fares Haddad

Consultant Knee and Hip Surgeon, The Princess Grace Hospital

"My shoulder is completely better."


48, Patient

"I have always found BOOST to be extremely helpful and efficient when dealing with my patients."

Mr Carlos Cobiella

Consultant Shoulder & Elbow and Sports Surgeon

"Jolene saw the cause of my chronic lower back pain and has helped me rectify it reducing the pain. Thank you, kind, friendly and professional Jolene."

Sheila Hall Age 87- Collapsed Thorax Vertebra

Virgin Active- Cricklewood NW2

Virgin Active- Cricklewood NW2

VIRGIN ACTIVE GYM, 108 Cricklewood Lane, Cricklewood, London, NW2 2DS See all Details
East Finchley N2

East Finchley N2

200 High Road, East Finchley, London, N2 9AY See all Details
Hampstead NW3

Hampstead NW3

12 Church Row, Basement, Hampstead, London, NW3 6UT See all Details
Hendon NW4

Hendon NW4

16 Parson Street, Hendon, London, NW4 1QB See all Details
Elstree- WD6

Elstree- WD6

Elstree Outpatient Centre, Beaufort House, The Waterfront, Elstree Road, Elstree, WD6 3BS See all Details
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Virgin Active- Cricklewood NW2

VIRGIN ACTIVE GYM, 108 Cricklewood Lane, Cricklewood, London, NW2 2DS

Our Physiotherapy clinic in Cricklewood is in the Virgin Active Gym, Cricklewood NW2. We have full access to use all the gym equipment and patients need not be a member of the gym to be treated at this branch.

This branch is the base for our patients who require gym based rehab. The branch covers the following areas: Cricklewood NW2, Kilburn NW6, Brondesbury Park, West Hampstead NW6, Willesden NW10, The Vale, Golders Green NW11.

There is free parking available.

How to get here:

By Car
The clinic is easy to reach by car with easy, free parking. We are in the VIRGIN ACTIVE GYM, 108 Cricklewood Lane, Satnav post code is NW2 2DS, Virgin Active Cricklewood.

There is a free car park opposite the gym, for users of the gym and physiotherapy patients. You will receive the exit code for the car park when you leave your appointment.

When visiting our Cricklewood branch, please come in to the main reception of the Virgin Active Gym and ask one of the team at reception to direct you to Physio.

By Train
Cricklewood Main Line station served by Thameslink is a 2minute walk from our clinic in the Virgin Active Gym. Come out of the station onto Cricklewood Lane, turning left. Walk along Cricklewood Lane. The Virgin Active Gym will be on your right hand side, our clinic is inside the gym.

By Bus
Bus number 316 from Mora Road to White City Bus station stops outside the Virgin Active Gym in Cricklewood, where we are based. Many bus lines stop along the A5 Edgware Road, which is a short walk from our clinic.

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East Finchley N2

200 High Road, East Finchley, London, N2 9AY

Opened in 2012, this purpose built clinic is In the heart of East Finchley, on the High Road.  Our East Finchley branch serves these areas: Finchley, Hampstead Garden Suburb, Highgate, Totteridge, Muswell Hill and surrounding areas.

How to get here:

By Car
East Finchley High Road is the A1000, which is easily accessible via the A406 North Circular Road or the A1. We are number 200 High Road, East Finchley, N2 9AY.

There is plenty of easy parking around our East Finchley Branch. There is Pay by Phone parking immediately outside the clinic. There is free parking directly over the road to the clinic on the High Road and down Hertford Road which is to the right of Boost Physio, except between the hours of 2-3pm. Between 2-3pm park in the Pay by Phone bays directly outside the clinic.

By Tube
Get off at East Finchley (Northern Line, Totteridge and Whetstone or Mill Hill East Branch). The Clinic is about a 8 minute walk from the station or you could get the 263 bus.

By Bus
Bus 263 stops yards from BOOST PHYSIO East Finchley. There are several other bus routes nearby which are about a 5minute walk- please look at this bus map for more details: Link

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Hampstead NW3

12 Church Row, Basement, Hampstead, London, NW3 6UT

BOOST PHYSIO Hampstead is conveniently located in the heart of Hampstead at 12 Church Row, London, NW3 6UT. It forms a part of a historic residential building, the entry of the Practice is accessible by outside steps to the lower ground floor.

How to get here:

Underground Tube
Hampstead Underground Station on the Northern Line is approximately a 3 minute walk. Alternatively, you can use the Finchley Road Station on the Jubilee Line which is approximately a 20 minute walk.

Overland Rail
Hampstead Heath railway station at South End Road is a 20 minute walk.

The routes on Heath Street and Hampstead High Street are the 46, 268, 603.

Hampstead is a heavily congested traffic area with numerous “school runs”. If you travel by car, please allow yourself enough time to find parking as we are unable to extend your session into the next patient’s allocated time.
Pay and Display is available on both Heath Street and the Frognal side of Church Row. Pay and Display operates locally from 8:30am – 10pm.
Resident permits are available for sale in advance from the Practice and cost £3 for one hour. Please contact the Practice for additional information.

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Hendon NW4

16 Parson Street, Hendon, London, NW4 1QB

BOOST PHYSIO is based in Hendon, North West London. We are on Parson Street, Hendon, NW4 1QB which is just off the A1 Great North Way. We have some patient parking at the back of the clinic.

How to get here:

By Car
You can see by the map that our physiotherapy clinic in NW London easily reached from all major roads. We are immediately off the A1 Great North Way, the physiotherapy clinic is easily reached from the M1 South Bound exit 2, from the A41 Watford Way, the A406 North Circular and A504.

There is pay and display parking immediately in front of the clinic on Parson Street and also in surrounding roads Such as Church Road, Brent Street and Finchley Lane. We also have some patient parking immediately behind the clinic, which is accessed via Studio Mews, a small access alley which runs behind the shops just of Glebe Crescent.

By Bus
BOOST PHYSIO is next to several bus stops on different routes. Bus stops are on Parson Street, Church Road, Finchley Lane and Brent Steet. Please follow this link to a Transport For London Bus Map of the area.

Bus Route: 240 From Edgware Station to Golders Green Station
Bus Route: 143 from Brent Cross Shopping Centre to Archway Bus Route: 326 from Barnet Spires Shopping Centre to Brent Cross Shopping Centre
Bus Route: 183 From Pinner to Golders Green

By Tube
Get off at Hendon Central (Northern Line Edgware Branch). The clinic is about an 18min walk from the tube station. Or else take a 5minute bus journey- take Bus 143 or 326 from Hendon Central, stop F, and get off on Finchley Lane Stop S.

By Train
Get off at Hendon Station. Then take bus 183 from Station Road, Hendon, towards Hendon and Golders Green. Get off at Stop U on Brent Street. Link

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Elstree- WD6

Elstree Outpatient Centre, Beaufort House, The Waterfront, Elstree Road, Elstree, WD6 3BS

Our Elstree Physiotherapy clinic is based in the HCA Elstree Outpatient Centre.  Easy to get to and access off the A41, M1 and with loads of free parking.

This branch provides private physiotherapy for Elstree, Borehamwood, Radlett, Stanmore, Bushey and Aldenham areas.

This is a new Outpatient centre with brand new facilities with on-site MRI, Ultrasound and X-ray diagnostics.

Appointments can be booked by phone on 02082017788 or online.

How to get here:

Our Elstree Physiotherapy clinic is based in the HCA Elstree Outpatient Centre, on the Elstree Road A411.  Off the A41, near Bushey, Stanmore and Borehamwood with plenty of free parking.

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